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PITTSBURGH - POST
AN amusing-story, says a Toledo, Onio, cor
respondent of the Knickerbocker, is told of the
acute 13011913 ;of smell of a tobacconist of :our
city. He, together with his clerk, were exam
ining some tobacco submitted for his inspection.
After carefully inhaling the flavor by three or
four protracted sniffs, ho exclaimed to his
clerk: "John can't you smell old leather in
the tobacco ?" John presented it to his ol
factorim and "thought he could." The "chief"
then smelled again ; and declared that he also
could detect a very slight flavor of maple sugar.
This last aroma John pronounced beyond his
powers. Samples of leaf tobacco, you know,
are taken from each end of the hogshead, and
also from the centre. The samples examined
were from the ends. On taking a sample from
the middle, there was found an old boot heel,
full-of maple pegs ! Judgment on " tobak
ker " from this quarter is now regarded as
final.
To Livery Stable Keepers and
Others.
THE UNDERIGNED • BEING DESI-
A. ROUSofretiring from the Livery Business, will sell
without reserve, this Stock and Lease of the Livery Sta
ble commonly known as the "EAGLE LIVERY STA
BLE," situate on the corner of Liberty and Seventh sty.,
Pittsburgh.
The stock comprises fourteen good Livery Horses,
several of which are admirably adapted for family use:
nix Top Buggies, some of them nearly new: three no
Top Buggies; two very finely finished Carriages in com
plete styfe, and suitable either for private family or liv
ery use; five complete sets of Double Barnesic nine seta
Single Harness; two Two-Horse Sleighs; two Two-Horse
Cutters, Eastern make, very little used; five One - Horse
Cutters, some of them latest last fall style; Ladies' and
Gentlemen's Riding Saddlex Bridles; Whips, Az.; Buffalo
Robes; Blanket. a fine assortment of Sleigh Bells, and
all the necessary astieles for the Livery Business.
The above will be sold, with or without the lease, as
may be agreed upon. The lease has au unexpired term
of Four years, to run from the Ist of April last, and the
stables are situated in a first rate locality, being in the
most central part of the city. This is a strong in
to parties desirous of engaging in the business,
and is in every respect an excellent opportunity for such
persons..
For further particulars apply on the premises, or at the
Office of R. L. ALLEN,
seladAr..is,2s No. CO Wood st„ Pittsburgh.
FALL FASHIONS FOR 1859.
C. IL PAULSON,
WHOLESA LE AND RETAIL DEALER
in, and Manufacturer of
HATS, CAPS, LADIES' FURS, AC.
I am now receiyi ng mv FALL AND WINTER STYLES
of HATS, CAPS, and FORS, direct from the Manufactu
rers, and am prepared to sell them at the
Very Lowest Eastern Prices
CHAS. H. PAULSON,
selolm N 0.73 Wood st. next door vor. Fourth
COUNTRY
MER
CHANTS, CITY DEALERS.;
and the public will find a large,
stuck of
FANC'iv
VARIETY 04
Tors, &c..,
NOW OPENING,
Buyers are invited to rail and
examine our assortment and pri
ec-s before purehasing elsewhere
.1. P. KAUFFMAN,
No. 92 Rood st
JOSEPH W. SPENCER,
No. SO Market Street,
Ts NOW OPENING a SPLENDID sTOcK
I of FINE
DRY GOODS,
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
Rich Printed Merinos, Valenelas,
A Large Aftenrtment of DREES Goo s, ifoIisE
FIJRNISHINU am! DOMESTIC 6001.6. SKIRTS, to
great variety.
THE BEST DOLLAR SKIRT
This stock is very attractive; houtilit mi the lierit term ,
and will be field at the Lowarr PRICES. sett)
JOSHUA L. BAILY,
Importer and Jobber
GEEZI
DRY GOODS,
N 0.213 Market Street, Philadelphia,
HAS NOW OPEN,
One of the Largest and Choicest
ASSORTMENTS OF GOODS,
In This .7larkyl,
THE SPECIAL ATTENTION
FIRST CLASS BUYERS
FROM EVERY SECTION
BIRMINGHAM
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
WRITING ACADEMY,
College Hall, Diamond Birmingham
TERMS, CASH ON ENTRANCE
For Ornamental Writing $l5
" Plain Writing 10} Timo unlimited
" Writing and Book-Keeping.. 33
IMMO7
N.SHAFFER. Professor of Writing and Book-Keeping
G. B. LEITHEAD. JR., Professor of Peruntu3ship.
C. F. WELLS, Professor of Book-Keeping and Corn
mercial CaleulationA.
REV. W. i. ituLTON, Lecturer on History and Gen
eral Subjects.
HON. R. P. FLENNIHEN, S. Minister to Den
rruirk,a member of the Pittsburgh Bar, Lecturer et
Coinmereial Low.
PROF. M. F. EATON, Lecturer on Elocution.
Call and see what has never been before attempted by
any penman. namely: Specimens of Ornamental and
Practical Penmanship arcade,/ in your prisms, in the
short see of from 20 seconds upwards.
Good boarding at $2.50 per week. Birmingham Ferry
free for students. Entrance at any time. For specimens
of otLhand Business Writing, enclose 2 pos t age stamps ,
and addrens
LEITILIEAD, Principal,
Palstburg Ps4
1 iralriaw
THE IRON CITY TRITST CO.,
No. 256 Liberty street.
BANK OF DISCOUNT, EXCHANGE
AND DEPOSIT.
Capital Stock 8 150,000
Capital Represented, over 1,000,000
ARP' Stocutounsts sac HELD Irmrrrcustit LIABLE 'WI
Gold, Silver, Par Funds, and Currency received on
dpsit. ALL MONEYS allowed to remain for a Spe
d Time, WILL DRAW INTEREST. Sight Ex
c ange on the Eastern and Western cities constantly
for sale in sums to suit. Collections made in all the
principal
_cities in the United States and the Cantatas,
and PROCEEDS PROMPTLY REMITTED to any de
sired-point, on day of maturity.
=II
John Moorhead. Alexander Forsyth, John Heath, Geo.
S. Head, J. Hill, William Seibert, W. M'Clintock , Henry
M'Cullongh, Robert Anderson.
G. E. WARNER, President.
R. C. SCHMERTZ, Cashier.
ang23.lyts
NEW FIRM.
GALLAGHER, CRAIG & CO.,
- BRASS FOUNDERS,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE FITTERS,
0 - PLUMBERS and FINISHERS of all kinds of brass
work,
DEALERS IR GAS FIXTURES, &O.
Office and Wareroom, No. 124 Wood it.,
Ave Doors from Fifth.
Foundry, bro.lls2Ftrat it., dye Doors below
Monongahela Hone..-.
The well-known practical skill and experience in the
various branches of Brass Casting, Steam and Gas Pips
FAting, of,the senior members of the firm, ( who (wliwy o
l
awe their personal attention to all work
rk
i. t em,) should entitle QS to a share of public patronage.
All Orders Pomp Filled.
pI'f'rSBURGT,I,TIiEATRE.-
.suit Liam ; ACTING, AND STAGS Mtxxota.-....7. B. HOWE.
Doors open at quarter to 7 o'clock; commence at half
past 7_,_preeisely.. • • • -
THIS EVENING, September 17th, will be performed,
the Great Ledger Drama, ' written expressly for this
Theatre, by M. S. Mortimer, in 4 parts and al Tableaux,
entitled
Dance by
. After which the negro farce, entitled
THE STAGE STRUCK FAMILY,
•
To conclude with the
BRIGAND'S SON.
Patcts or Amassros.—Private Boxes, $5,00, Single Seat
in Private Box. sl,o(k Parquette and Dress Ctrcle, chairs,
50 cents; Family Circle, 26 cents; Col,9red Gallery 25 eta.;
Colored Boxes, GO rents; Gallery 2.5 cents.
APOLLO THEATRE.-
PliiN.larfLS,
Fifth night of the engagement of the Great Trage
dian HARRY SULLIVAN.
THIS EVENING, September 17th, mill be performed
RICIILIEU, OR THE CONSPIRACY.
Richlieu
Ethiopian Song and Jig
To conclude with
A CONJUGAL Lln3ON.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Curtain rises at 7!..i o'clock.
precisely
Aattissio.v.—Boxes and Parquette 50 cents; Family Cir
cle, 25 cents, Private Boxes, Ut,oo and 5,00, according to
location; Single Seats in Private Boxes, 75 cents- No
extra charge for reserved seats.
RETURN 01 , "I'HE CAMPBELL S!-
One week only, commencing litenday September Mb
RUMSEY & N,EWCOMA'S
ORIGINAL CAMPBELL MINSTRELS, BRASS BAND,
and Double Troupe, and the only Campbells now
in existence; all others assuming the name are nothing
more than mountebanks and imposters, not to tie trust
ed. We caution the public-against such.
The advantages the Otmpbells enjoy above any other
Minstrel Organizations, arise from their wintering, the
Wit twelve years in the Southern country. Their delin
eations of Negro Character are taken from natural scenes
and incidents in African life, and aim at presenting the
Musical and Comical peculiarities of the Sou kern Negro,
and elevating him to his proper standard of Natural Wit
and Musical Talent, presenting the phases of Negro Life
on the Plantatiou,andrepre.inting the musical capabil
ities of the more refined Negroes of cities and villages.
In representing truthfully the Shades and Peculiarities
of Negro Life, the universal accord has stamped the
Uompbell artists unapproachable and defying.
93- Free Balcony Serenade by the CAMPBELL
BRASS BAND, led by the Wizard Bugler, August Achi.
LNiorsi open at 7 o'clock: commences at to S.
ADMI'T'TANCE TIVENTV-FIVE CENTS.
P. A. CLARK E.
self, Agent and Bumines. I hreetor.
RE-01 3 Mi•TII•T
PROF. COWPERS'
FASHIONABLE DANCING ACADEMY
Al NEVILLE HALL,
G.-14, of Fourth and Liberty Streets, Piffebur
PRo F. COWPER., H AV I N(; RETURNEIi
A. to the city. respectfully informs the citizens of Pitt,-
burgh and Allegheny, that he will re-open his Dancing
Academy at the above 1011, on SATU RIO T. Septemlici
-3,1, and will continue to teach the accomplishment in
all its rariousbranehes, together with instructions in the
etiquette of the hall room and soma' circle, Graceful De
portment of Person, ko. All the latest and most Cash.
tunable Ball Room and Parlor I /anees, Its taught by him
4n the Eastern cities, such as; I,es Caledonians, Conllons,
Polish Mazourka Quadrilles, Les Lancler Quadrille,
Polka Quadrilles, Schottish Quadnller, Loudon Lauver
Quadrilles, Rnatian Ma zourka Quadrilles, Plain or Ger
man Waltz, Estneraldo Waltz, Vaininv'aun Waltz, Sehot
titeh or German Polka. Calque or Five Step Waltz, Oct
lienne, Milliekin, Espanola and Bohemian Polka, Re
down, Polka Mazourk n, halloppte. Spanish Dance. Ever.
green Polka. Cicilhentie de_ kc. will be taught al
moderate term, Lay, of Tuition will be in follow,:
LADIES' CLASS—Thursdays and Saturdays, from .11
to 6. P. M.
MASTERS AND MlSSES—Thunadays and Saturdays
from 3 to 5, I'. lit.
GENTLEMEN'S CLASS--Thursdays 3.11 d Saturdays,
from B to 10. P. M,
PRIVATE CLASS FOR LA DIEN who delta, IL
Prot Cowper will also give instructions to Private
Chnses, or inetruefion. given at the remitlenee of pupils.
if required.
N. 11.—Prot C. eon In seen at the above Hall, on days
of tuition, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10, P M- or at the Set YTT
Hutl'S E, daily. autr2l
NEW GOODS
NEW GOODS
INEW GOODS
NEW GOODS
NEW GOODS
iNEW GOODS
NEW GOODS
melo:2mdlw,
RILL POSTER,
Wdl lattpod to the Ihstribut4ng and Posting of
LLS, CIRCULARS, CARDS & PROGRAMMES
Amusements, RallroadA, Steam boats,
Ships, Hotels, Bales, Etc.,
PITTSBUROI3, PA
Iggi.„ Orders sent to the office of the Pittsburgh A/uni
tsg liar, or Daily Ciazalc, will receive prompt stOmtion
STONE WATER PIPES,
Prices from Twelve to Thirty Cts. per Foot.
ROCHESTER PEARL STARCH,
For aale V olrnalc at Manufacturers Prier,. by
HENRY a COLLINS,
ORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
/ND waoutaatz 1:11l111 111
CHEESE, BUTTER, SEEDS,f, FISH,
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY.
jell No. 25 WOOD ST.. PITTSBURGH.
CIENTEEL RCM RD( Nt.i.—Six gentlemen
k_A can be accommodated with room, and hoarding,
In a tirsbelaas boarding hon., pleavantly located en
Liberty atreet, two minutes walk from the hominess per
non of the city. For further information apply to W
R. WIIITNEt, at the other of the Morning Poet,
swat r
CARRIAGE 3IA3rITFACTORY,
EASTERN REPOSITORY.
JOSEPH WHITE
HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS RF,
posITORY, situated near the Two dile Run, be
tween Pittsburgh and Lavrrencevillc, a splendid and gene
ml assortment of Carriages. Buggies, Hulkien, etc. His
arrangements are such that he is constantl receiving
new and second hand vehicles, and the public may rely
on always finding a good stock on hand. He also man.
ufactures to order on short notice,
CA EMI AOHS, 14116(4 I all
and all pertaining to the business. With eighteen years
practical experience in the business, and his well known
facilities, he flatters himself that ho otters great induce
ments to purchasers.
sir , The establishment iv locatettun the route of the
Excelsior Omnibus Line of Coaches, passing the door
every fifteen minutes.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST
Lithographic Establishment in the City
WM. SCHUCHMAN,
PRACTICAL LITH 0 G RAPH ER.
CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS,
LUFF'S COLLEGE BUILDINGS,
GEO. BLETCHER,
GOSSAMER VENTILATING WIG,
F.T.A STING BAND TOUPEES,
Ornamental flair for Indica and Gentlemen
NO. 65 MARKET STREET,
my 2 PITTSBURGH, PA
D. Y. LONG
LONG- .35 DUFF,
DEALERS LN MANILLA, HEMP, COTTON AND JUTE
CO R DAGE,
OAKUM, 'FAH, PITCH AND ROSIN TARPAULIN
DUCK, AND HEAVY DRILLING.
REMOVAL.
CG. HUSSEY & CO., have removed
to their new Copper Warehouse, No. 37 Fifth
street, in the Now Iron Front Block, three doors west
of Wood. •
. ,
PITTSBURGH COPPER ROLLING MILL
C. G. HUSSEY & CO.,
Afthzufachirers of
Braziers' Bolt and Sheathing Copper,
Pressed Copper Bottoms, Locomotive Tubing, Raised
Still Bottom end Flats of all Sires, Brass Rattles, Sheet
and other Brass, Speller, Copper, Bolder,Copper Rlvete,
etc. Dealers in Block Tin, Tin Plate, Lead Wire, Sheet
Zinc, Antimony, Sheet Iron, Tinnera' Tools, An,
No. 37 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
B' Sheet Copper cut to any pattern. [apalemd
CUNNINGHAMS & CO., No. 109 WATtit
prepared to fill all orders, Wholesale or
Mai? ar
, for heirei:
"PATENT PRESERVING /ARS."
Also, CORK EARS, with shoulders. A liberal discoupt
mado to the Trade. aug3l4lm-Istad
P. 3EI IVr. Co 'CT A. -
IVF RS. M. A. WEAVER'S MILLINERY .
1 STORE is removed from No. 24 Filth street, 'to
t on - 1
on the opposite side of the street, next door to
Eaton, eras a Co.'s new store, second story. (Aug
.1
THE HIDDEN HAND
Pours & BlTstmaxe,
Barry Sullivan
.Charley Gardiner..
MASONIC HALL,
JOHN W. McCALUTHIK,
TERRA COTTA OR
FROM TWO TO SIX INCH CALIBRE.
PITTSBURGH, PA
Manufacturer of tho Celebrated
No. 90 Water Street
Fruit Jars, Fruit Jars.
or gale and go-Igt
- . .
n .
A Spledid Farm,
OF ABOUT ONE 41UND1tEDIACRES,
within an hour's ride of Pittsburgh, for sale on lib
eral terms. Apply atlas office, to ; ,
augll JAME 3 P. BARR.
HOMES OFFERED:—Homea to be had in
In - the City of Allegheny, 'eqtud In eotnfbrt to
country seats, and yet: near enough to the centre of
businoes to accommodate. business men in either city,
and give to them a home with the desirable comforts of
Millie Aubrey.
city and country united. There are about one hundred
lots of 100 feet square, some of them larger, lying
between Western avenue and Ohio Lane, Allegheny
avenue, and the West side of the Commons. Each lot
has a good street in front and alley in the rear. Each
man having about 100 feet front has room to beautify his
lot with a handsome house, surrounded with shrubbery,
thereby making it a colony of residences equal to
country seats, with the conveniences of the caws.
These bountiful lots will be leased for twenty-one years,
with the
_privilege of purchasing them within . that
Period. They are open for selection now. Those who
wish so desirable a location would dowelltocall soon on
Tl.loldAf3 WOOD, Land Agent,
No. 100 Fourth street.
FOR SALE.—A superior Farm of 154'
aeres in good fanning ot dor, in Knox county, Ohio;
a largo proportion of it river bottom land; it ix offered at
a great bargain. Enquiro of THOMAS WOODS.,
mrl6:tf No. 100 Fourth at., Land Agent.
W. E. SCHATERTZ & CO.,
No. :11 Filth Street.
A LARGE STOCK OF LADIES' AND GENTS' II
BOOTS AND SHOES!
OF V ARIOIIS STYLES
PALL AND WINTER WEAR,
SELLING VERY LOW,
31 FIFTH STREET
els
3‘emto\sas'c\O
T HE: ADMIREIts () F
Steinway's Pianos,
Are rertiartfully informed that we are noir receiving our
FALL SitiPPLl'
01 the t'EltAliftATEl , PIANO-Ft fivr Es Th e d.•mand
for Mo., tine instrument. I. no far w atlrruu.., of the rtir
ply. test pureltart. , l, should give UV an E %KIN FALL 11l
or.lo
• onkAAde Cilia oar f/teettara nettlniirtn. atihtf
, ad oloter ezrr.ars. Prow the anpahhatted
LI~.O Its w
M liwlnquet, M
Sr Pointing out a nettle of Lunn at once certain fuel
c tool. too Whicio every curlew,. no matt. r what hist toe
dawn, mat cure himself without the k twit le•ige 01, n
uuto mate, ate% at the least tacefflete t tett. theret.y ••• "W
-ill, flub holtilerooll• grioleirlo and gnat k teen rums or the dal
Th. author was Trench licestartau of areal attaln Irien tok
ok tot. •Pottrtti rll.lly rears in tux eatttattug the atatuer at,
t ca t Menlo, thia , thwase, wlt,entlallilually can - I,s tha , uuk/..1*
too au Ulltillietor react bent Under boat to 5117 6.1.111...
orli receipt to( two poreolltl• lotanipol
A.Llertla, 11 1.7 PAIN (Xt., Louisville. bY
N ,
i s "
14 co 4
i— , '
•,., 75 4:
HILLERNIAN & COLLORD,
WHOLCAIL/ AST , ILKTAIL ....I_ll
HATS, ('APS. AND FURS,
Are finaly recerrlng from rolnilfwtorern. an entire new
And complete ntoek. 75 Wood street,
,elatlycaw d...rs from F..orttl
W. D. II U G S,
N 0.69 Market St., Cor. Fourth,
ARE PREPARED to offer to Wholeqale
and 141.041 Buy,•rs, n Lugr su,l attract" •Lock ~f
FRENCH, BRITISH AND IS mi.... Tic
DRY GOODS,
Black arid Fancy Stik., New Styln l`rint.lLam
ROB EIS, Pnuted 11,11t..4, and DeLame
SHAWLS AND DUSTERS,
A complete and full +Lock of HINTMEKEEPINti and
DOMESTIC GOODS
The above erovipmen one of the 1,A120 FAT and MOST
AVFACTLVE STOCKS over offered. Purchaser* aro to-
vied to exrunine nod judge fur thernsel yen. solthly
T" p() L A REFRI ERATOR
with
Fitter and Water Cooler Combined
Involving important principles never lwfuro !Ulined
which enablen
M F, A I',
F I S 11,
FRUITS, &C,
To he kept longer, dryer, and voider, with 1.F.Y,3S ICE,
than can be done with Any other Refrigerator now in
nee; now on hand and for sale at
T. J. CRAIG'S,
124 Wood street, flee door,, from Fifth.
IHAVETII IS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH
with me, Mr. J. DELLOW in the Undortriking busi
netts, which will hereafter be conducted under the mune
and style of Lemon a hollow. JAME 9 LEMON.
Jon DILLOW .7l10:8 =ON.
Undertaking In all its Branches.
LEMON & DELLOW,
No. 118 Fourth Street,
ARE PREPARED TO IX) UN DERTAK
ING in all its branches, in the best manner,
at prices to suit the times.
We call special attention to FISK'S NEW STYLE
PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES, for the sale of
which they are sole agents in this city, and of which
we keep constantly on hand a complete assortment. As
regards beauty of shape and finish, they excel all others.
Funerals will be supplied with Hoarsen, Horses and
Carriages promply, and at lower rates than any other
establishment in this city. Guaranteeing to render sat
isfaction, they solicit a continuance of the patronage
heretofore so liberally extended to the old firm. [spin
-XDWILILD DUTP
A NEW BOOK.
MONONGAHELA VALLEY DIREC
TORY.-1 shall issue a volume bearing tho above
tale, embracing separate Directories of all the towns,
villages, settlements and residents along the entire Mon
ongahela river, from MORGANTOWN TO LOCK NUM
BER ONE, vizi—
Morgantown, Brownsville, Cookstown,
MotiongahelaClty,Ellzabeth,llVlCeesport
And all intermediate (owes. The volume will also em
brace
A Directory of Washington, Pa.
Also, a portion of the YOUGHIOGHENY VALLEY.—
Advertisements inserted on tine glazed colored paper,
at ten dollars per page.
COPIES—ONE DOLLAR EACH.
The thorough circulation this work will have among
all classes in the counties bordering upon the Monon;
gahela, will render It it valuable medium for advertisers
and the more especially as the volume will be current
for reference for a number of years.
Orders for advertisements and copies should (to in
sure attention) beaddressed in the nexttwo weeks to
GEO. H. THURSTON, Publisher.
Pittsbur. h,
IZEIINC 0 V - . 491...
DINITTESIVE IRON STORE.
COLEMAN, HAILMAN & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Iron, Nang, Steel Springs, Axles, Wrought
Bats, Washers, Spikes, Bolts,
FLAT ItAELROAD BAR OF ALL BUM, ETC, ETC.
Have removed to their new extensive Warehouse.
Nos. II Water and 94 Front Ste.,
Where they me prepared to execute all orders in their
line, having a large an: a peta assortment of "Du
quesne" immufactnred constantly on hand,
which they effer 05 11 ten"-
felfctf
A.APPING PAPER,--Crown, 25 cents;
meatuin,smi oaths, and Double Crown, 60 cents,
The highest market prieppaid in cash for /taiga
CHADWICK &
Bela N 0.142 andl6l Wood en, rittabulih.
If. KI.E.IIKIt
Solo Ageuta rotElteiuwaya Mauna,
Fifth ,trert
M I IK,
12131103213
,Attritim
ON DS AT AIJCTION.--LOn SATURDAY
B
EVENING, SeptemLor 17th, at 7%. o'clock,. If the
Commercial Sales Rooms. N 0.54 Fifth street, on account
whom it may concern, will be sold—Bonds of tho Bor
oughr Washington, oad ompa to amounting ' to mehartienty'egmVall7l
Dollars.
sel2 P. Ai. DAVIS. Auctioneer.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF THE HOPE
FACTORY, WITH THE MACHINERY, &C.—On
,'CUESDAY EVENING, September 20th, at 7 o'clock, at
:the Commercial Sales Rooms, No. 64 Fifth street, will be
sold—the undivided two thirds of the entire Real Estate,
Machinery, kc.„ known as the Hope Cotton Factory
property, situate in the Fourth ward of the City of Alle
gheny; together with the life estate of Pollard M'Cor
mick, Esq, in the remaining one-third partof the same.
The premises contain about four acres of ground, on
which Ifi erected an extensive first-class five-story brick
Cotton Milhand other buildings connected therewith, oc
cupied at present by I. M. Pennock & Co. Also twenty
two Dwelling Houses, leaving about forty lots for fur-''
ther improvement. The Factory contains over 800
spindles, with the necessary carding, and other machi
nery, M uch cost upwards 011100,0 W.
The above is subject to annual ground rent of $.123,
payable quarterly. Plan of the property may be seenat
the Auction Store. Further Information can be had on
applying to John Barton, Esq-corner of Fifth and Grant
streetir, or to John Lightner, Esq., No. 829 Penn street.
Terms—One-third cash: residue in ono and two years,
with interest.
sel3 P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
E.
XECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE
BUILDING LOTS IN SIXTH AND EIGHTH
W A RDS.--On TUESDAY EVENING, September ORti,at
7 o'clock, at the Commercial Sales Rooms, No. 54 Fifth
street, by order of the Executrix of the estate of the late
Rev. A. W. Black, deceased, will be sold—that desirable
Lot of Ground, situate on the corner of Webster and
Congress streets; one do., on the corner of Pennsylvania
avenue and Congress street; one do., on south side of
"ennsylvanla avenue, nearly opposite the last named
A; one other lot, on went side of Chatham street, ad
ining the Welch Church; two other lots on West side
f Congress street, between Wylie street and Penusyl
--ia avenue.
Terms---One-half cash; residue in onoyear, with inter
est, secured by bend and mortgage. For particulars, in
quire of 1). W. & A. S. Bell, No. UM Fourth street.
self, P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
EVENING AugrloN. SALE of the re
maining Z . ) alternate Building Lots, in Pennstadt,
at the Auction Rooms of P. M. Davis, No. 54 Fifth street,
ou SATURDAY EVENING, September 17th commenc
ing at 714 o'clock.
Pennoult is sufficiently known, and this sale IR made
to give to those who have been unable to attend sales on
the premises, an opportunity of purchasing a cheap and
pleasant home, on the easy terms of $5 cash, and $5 a
mouth on all lots that sell for less than $5O; and over,
half curb and half in ono year. Plats can be seta at the
Auction Booms
melt
P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
14 WKS, WATUHE AND JEWELRY:LI
A. Glcastm d Co. have arrived from the Eastern
Trade Sales, and will sell on FRIDAY and SATURDAY
EVENINGS, September Ifith and 17th. at 73 o'clock, at
the Commercial Sales Rooms, No. 54 Fifth streets a huge
collection of Books, in every department of Literature;
thbles and Prayer Books. Letter, Cap and Note Paper,
Blank Books' Gold Pens; tine Gold and Slyer \Valeta,
buniinit and open cases; fine Gold Jewelry, iu great
variety: 'table and Pocket Cutlery; Silver-Plated \\are,
and Fancy articles. Ttw stock is now open for exami•
nation.
P. M. DAVIS, Aurtinneer
PUBLIC SALE OF MACHINE S/101'.
F.JUNDitY, AND SMITH SHOP, WITH TOOLS,
MATERIALS. AC_ ATLATIIt 1w mild at public
sale nn TuEsiuv. September '27th. at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
on the premise, the Machine Shop, with other bnild•
m. mind nix lots of ground on the corner of Railroad
and Jefferson streets, in Ixtrohe, Westmoreland county.
on the line of the Pennsylvania Railroad, 4O miles
east of Pittsburgh, lately used as a Car Manufiwtory, and
ever) way well adapted for the tanonena or fur the man
ufacture of Agricultural linplements. Also, the Ma
turnersand Tools, consisting of Engine and Boiler,
Turning, Lathes, 15111 Press, Hull Cutting Machine. Cir
cular Saws, Mortice and 'ferinoning lfnchtneu, W,ssl
Planer, Tongueing and Grooving Machine, Taps, Ines.
Shafting, Belting. Pulleys. Grindstone. Blacksmith and
Marhiolsts' Hand Thais. Patterns, Limits, and Iron.
The .ale will be politive. an the owner isngaged in
~ tourlrersons elesinng to voannlie e tine
I:Slinient poor t., the day of sales. Van .1, .4.1, by eallilw
./1/ 1 1 Slilaahan, Latrols, Tern,. at no, rale. will Is.
made lits , ral. [sel3l P. M. DAVIS, Auctioneer.
STOVES, GRATES & RANGES !
Stoves, Grates and Ranges !
BISSELL & CO..
No. 235 Liberty Street,
M A NIIPA(TUREitS lIF (1101{1N11
PARI.(ilt, ANII
HEATING STOVES,
FtLC and Cumuuni Enamelled
GRATE FRONTS AND FENDERS
AND THE CELEBRATED CAPITOL AND EAGLE
COOKING RANGE*
Ir you aunt tha ISEST RANGE that
le, call at
BISSELL ez CO.'S.
U you want the 'HEST CtIAI. (Vt./EI:SU STUN - Real
tt get the
"VICTORY," MADE BY BISSELL & CO
If you want thu ktk.,T W w )IP CUOKINti 13TOVF
all and get the
" BLACK OAK," MADE BY BISSELL & CO
If you are building a house, and want the 11D4T FIN
SU and LATEST STYLE of
GRATE FRONTS,
Call on BISSELL & CO, and you cannot fail to I n pies+•
eid as they hero tho Largest and Beet assortment in
in this line of business to be found in tho city.
ioiEliSmds
BULGER & DAVITT,
61anullietn . rorn of ovary doseriptlon of
3E - rI:7I=LNITI:TEI.3O,
No. 45 Smithfield Street,
PITTSBURGH, PA
A full assortment of P1T114111.112011 MANUFACTUR
ED FURNITURE, nonstantly on Iwmi, which NO will
sell at the lowest prices for Cash. ap2U:ly
LOCUST GROVE SEMINARY,
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
1.. A-177RM INT C M - C7 I I_,L. E. _
rt
lIE NEXT ANNUAL SESSION, of' two
terms, five months each, will open on TUESDAY,
T E 13Tu OF sEnFIIBER, a° o'clock, A. M.
The Faculty of Teachers who tilled their situations
with ouch distinguished success during the pst year,
continue their connection with the institution.
On account of the greatly increased facilities for travel
afforded by the new Passenger Railway, a limited number
of Day Pupils will be received from Pittsburgh. The
number of Boarding pupils is limited to thirty. Early
applications are desirable.
Circulars containing general information, terms, Ac.,
may be had at Davis' and Davison's, Booksellers, and at
Klebees and ?Settees, Music Dealers; or by addressing,
through Pittsburgh Pectoffice,
augbiattsep2o REV. GEORGE T. RIDER, A. M ,
7F I TNA STOVE WORKS,
ALEXANDER BRADLEY,
lIANUIPACTIMSI ♦ND DZLLZI IN ■snr VAILLIII 01
Cooking, Parlor & Heating Stoves,
PLAIN AND FANCY ORATE FRONTS, &C.
Bole Proprietor of the Celebrated
PATENT GAM BURNING AND SMOKE CONSUMING
COOK STOVES.
Office and Sales Rooms,
oclaidy2p No 4 Wood Street, Ihtleburgli, 112.
B. C. & J. B. SAWYER,
34111M02111.1211 OP
LARD OIL, CANDLES,
Palm, Toilet and Rosin Soaps,
No. 47 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
HATS AND CAPS
Can be found at
DODDS',
119 Wood Iltroot,
Ono door South of Fifth, Pittsburgh..
J. HARVY DAVI9 3011141111111143 " — 3osEPtrit DAVIB
DAVIS & PTTILLIPS,..
' BRASS FOUNDERS AND MANUFACTURERS,
-c r M e.
GAS AND STEA•III' FITTERS* . •
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN • -"
PLUMBING MATERIALS, GAS FIXTURES, PUMPS AND BRASS *ORR,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Agents for Allen's Celebrated Steam and Water Guages,
MANUFACTORY NO. 110 WATER, AND 104 FRONT STS.,
PITTSBURGH, PENN'A.
Warer.nuns, 67 Wood street, Pittsburgh, and Federal street. Allegheny City.
aug3:omis2dp
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED BY THE
STATE FAIR TO
GRAFF & CO.
FOR THE BEST
IS 'l' 0 V 3Wil ,
For the hest Range for families, and best Wood Cook
Stove. Diploma for best Laundry Stove. Also on hand,
a large assortment of Heating Stoves, Plain and Fancy
Grate Fronts, Fenders, Sad and Dog Irons, Sugar Ket
tles, Tea Hottles,Vagon Boxes ' Hollow-Ware, &e.
GRAFF & CO, No. 245 Liberty street,
fe2 At the head of Wood street.
AMERICAN IRON WORKS
JONES & LAIITH,
IRON AND NAILS,
JUNIATA AND COMMON SHEET IRON,
Lauth's Patent Shafting, Piston Rods, Plates,&e.
WAREHOUSES,
98 Water Street, and 132 First Street,
PITTSBURGH,
And corner of Franklin and South NVater Ste., Chicago
mrl7:ly
D. B. ROGERS & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
ROGERS' IMPROVED PATENT
STEEL CULTIVATOR TEETH,
Corner Ross and First Street.,
PITTSBURGH, PA
CHADWICK Si. SOS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN PAPER AND RAGS,
.Ind Avent9 for t h o gale or
Mahoning, Fire Brick and Pot Clay,
.15,. ll+l aryl 151 iro,,a car Sixth. Pith•burgh.
itirWrartang Part•tr at )fratufartttrer , ' Pner.. (!:‘,ll
paid 15. r racy.. jy-LlynN
LOGAN & GREGG,
Importers of
HA 11 D W A HIE,
No. 52 Wood Street,
F our I kto, at,ove St etatrit.
'Ate of Inura4tCr....l,poi
GEO. S. BRYAN & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
F , u THE sALE i)F
PIG IRON, BLOOMS, &C.,
No. 52 Wood st.. Pittsburgh.
Sloqh S G.. 1 , .1.1...1.urg h.. L. rm.,.
too. (7.1...1and A ro., Pitt,horzh: K .
11 ,, 0 Slrion t 'amoral. 11.1 , 4hunz: firvarl,
:31,1n0r • 11..1101 rnl
THE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO.
DB PHILADELPHIA,
NSIT,RF>I MIAINST DISS )1? DIMA(IE
Fire .11 Buil , ll_llz,. rEtrrnture,
at 1 - ..W. , nahie of pr.onnan.
I , 01.1,11,P, —F. Hatch ford 6carr,W)lhlon
M'Kr, & Nallrr. Jnn. M. Atror.o,l. of AtN, , .,1 :
Willte Iten) Tr,bok. C.:
Henry IVlLtrlon; 1,/r,leral I. Iktws..u, e II , lettart
StescArt Cr;t. .1011/1 11. 111 . 0. a. 0/ .10:. II P.r,•.,
R. A. Fahmwtock,nf 11. A. Fahne,to,k s co.; .tndrort
Oath: .1 L. Ernno.r. nt 1it..,1 & Errms.,•r,
F It ATrIl FOR!. ST. I ItR,
Cli Alt
nlmn,...t. I'o ..1. Paniter
Thomv. M Moro. ).1.9.. M 3,11111. 111oTt
Kromer. Wikon, M'Elroy .1 co., \V d-on. nt•
linen & Co_ 1.ir0,,t-on. cor...lAnd .1
II It., Wm .t
ILINO. S. BRYAN 6:1:O., Agents,
=NC
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD.
INci)inN , lt.kTED ciIAitTER pEI;
PETC.%
Cash Capital,
surpifi.,Jut ) 1. 1 ,"„
and paid sl . 2.ntx,nan Fro ..rd aLtan.t
I) NdiEl: By FIRE. THE t , F
NAVI4 i.Urli)N, at In• lita•rl rate.. and mit, a.t. :to!,
1.1,1 (nu 'troll! will Forit!
- - $1,000,000
A- CARRIF.IIIt. , ...V.tvnt.,
W IL ENE, Surv.•yor.
N 0.63 Fourth .troet, P,ttshurgh.
CANNEL COAL OIL.
Qom E OF TILE (4(4 )I) QUALITIES (}F
1.3 Weil Rilined Cannel cool (ii). the se
IT RIVALS GAS LIGHT IN BRILLIANCY;
IT IS ENT! RRI.I NON- EX PLCA.G
IT.VAP BE CARRIED ABOUT;
IT IS CONVENIENT FOR GENERAL USE;
IT B DRYS IVITHO TANI ()PEENS/ PE ODOR:
IT IS CLEAR AND BEAUTIFUL IN COLOR :
ITS A PPEA HANCE IN THE LA ME Is ()RNA mEx.
TAL A A TTRA CT IV ;
IT DOES NOT PERMANENTLY SOIL CA RBETS,
CLOTHING, Jr., On whtrh d ,nut be naltal. a large }.,r
fKm tt, r.rmy one ter bout nrturlr.. fi, cleaning ,mtol
S
od.;
IT IS EMPHATICALLY THE CLI EA PINT LIG
KNOWN.
DIRECTIONS FOR ITS USE.
110 to a responsible dealer and obtain a good coal oil
lamp. Secure thin wicks. so that they will move readily
up and down in the tube. Toni the wick with sharp
svi,or«, exactly even with the top of the wick-tub,
clipping the small projecting points at the corner
your lamp with our oil. Tom up the wick carefully
at first. so 69 not to crack the chimney.
A shade will greatly enhance its exeei , ence for read
in
g or sewing by.
fly the careful observance of these directions. you trill
secure a fight that cannot fail to please.
Our facilities for refining are now very perfect and
complete, and having devoted a great lea . of laborious
attention to the art, we have socceeded in producing on
article of the very best quality. to which we invite the
especial attention of the trade. All orders will be filled
at the lowest rates.
For Mate by the barrel, or in quantities to mit custo
mers, by ADAIR S. VEFIDER,
Refiners of Coal oils,
No. 31 Penn's Avenue, near High street,
(not far from the Court Ileum.)
PITTSBURGH STEEL WORKS.
SAAC JONES INO. J. 110111.... WM. Isl*CULol'4.ll
JONES, BOYD & CO.,
ILLNUTACTCOMILLI or
CAST STEEL
Spring, Plow, and A. B. Steel I.tprlngs
=NM=
I=2
A. A. CARRIER & BROTHER, AUNTS,
No. 03 Fourth Street.
C()MMONW EA LT II INSURAANCE
COMPANY, at flarrislairg, Pa. Chartered eapital,
/300,000. Hon. SIMON CAMERON. President: S. S.
Carrier, Secretary. tORARI) FIRE AND MARINE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, Philadelphia. Assets, s:,ts4,.
789.73. lion. JOEL. JONES, President; .1. B. Alvord,
Beeretary. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
Philadelphia. A55eta,5324,351.42. ( ; )RG EU. BART,
President: H. R. Coggshall, Secretary.
ap:N:lyd
MONONGAHELA FOUNDRY
ANDERSON A. PIIIIALIPS
TIES= TO CALL ATTENTION Ti
their several kinds or
HOT AIR FURNACES,
SUITABLE FOR CHURCILE PUBLIC SCHooD , :,
AND PRIVATE HOUSES. Espeemlly adapt.' to
PITTS33 - ETFLGI-M1 COAL,
And not liable to aloes wtytt soar.
W. G. CHITTICK & CO.,
IMPCILIKR9 AND WIWIMALE MALMO IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
438 Market, and 433 Merchant Ste.,
PHILADELPHIA
ARE NOW RECEIVING FROM EU
ROPE, their
PALL IMPORTATIONS,
Embracing a full assortment of goods, adapted to the
present season. These, with their home purchase:4, in
American Fabrics,
Will enable them to offer to the Trade, one of the most
attractive stocks in the market.
CASH OTIS SHORT-TIME BUYERS
Are respectfully solicited to examine this stock before
per, extelamdavir
c tizing fflachittes.
STN C 3 - Et. • S
SEWING MACHINES.
NEW STYLES.
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
Singer's Family Machine
TS A LIGHT AND ELEGANTLY decora
ted Machine, eapablo of performing, In the very best
style, all the sewing of a private family.
SINGER'S STANDARD MACHINES
For manufacturing purposes, are well knnwn to be with
ant any successful rival in the market Much has re
eentiv been published in ret;mrd to various stichos made
by Sewing Machines. Singer's Machines make the best
stitch ever invented, and do it in the best style.
Call and examine before purchasing.
R. STRAW,
.el 3 32 and 34 Market street.
THE BRAMAN
FAMILY SEWING MACHrNE,
THE ONLY RELIABLE MACIIINE,
EVER OFFERED AT A REASONABLE PRICE.
IT IS THE SIMPLEST MACHINE EVER
aIADE. It uses two thrends without re-winding.
NEVER BREAKS NEEDLES,
And i 4 not liable to get out of order.
PRICE, ONLY THIRTY-FIVE DOLLARS.
I.ASS('ELL ez NORTHROP,
:s;0. 00 iIIIARRET STREET,
Fr,lernl FL and S. Commons , , Allegheny
•,.ivw
The Grover & Baker
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Pittsburgh Agency, No. 101 Market St.
I la, inerea,e.l their facilities for m.inufactnr-
I •I r erLinir. %Trip FAMILT MACIIINLI, with all the recent
improvement, hare reduced their prices, and offer for
NEW STYLE MACHINE
Price, *3O--llentiner, *5 Extra.
It 11,, 1 ,, ,c•r •itte,titinetl that these Machines acethe
1,-4 111 it -e Mt family aewinc. They
HEM, FELL GATHER AND STITCH
In t most superior manner, and are the only machines
lo• ;Ica-I,c that are so well and simply made, that
1..
they may ,ent into families with no other Instructions
than ire contained in a cirular which accompanies each
mutton, siul from which
A CHILD OF TEN YEARS
May readily loan, how to use, and keep them in order.
The AM I VE ' .7 ' S' I Tif_4 4 DIED STITCHES A MINUTE,
- -
A n.l will do the 4eiring of a family cheaper than a tienan
.ter.* can a./ IL even if she work', at the rate of
th••n a Ill.hand. father, or brother in the United
IA Lo will iwrrnit the drudgery of handrin" in
In- (tinily. when n drover k Baker Machine w"Wdo it
1,.•t ler, limp. e Xi.....lltaou.gly, and cheaper than can post+i
b.• •1,11, by hand.
has t Cfrodar.
The first place w public estimation is now justly se-
orded tot Grover & Rer Machine, for family sew
inv.. for the following reasons:-Ist. It is more simple
and easily kept in order than any other 7tlachine. '2d.
to make, a ~e“M whir.Lwill uotrip or ravel.though every
f hind smelt i. cut. 3d. It sews frOM two ordinary spools,
an.i thus all trouble of winding thread is avoided, while
i Me same maehine eau I.e adapted at plensure,bv a mere
,•han, b, all VIIZIOAco of work. 4th. 'rho same
;o:what, run- silk. linen thread, common spool cotton,
with equal facility- sth. The seam IS :IA elastic aS the
ino,t ela=tic fabric. so that it is free tram all liability to
break an wash I n t!. ironing, or otherwise. Gth. The stitch
na. le by this machine is more beautiful than any other,
ionic either by hand or machine.
°PINIONS OF THE
Tn.• lest potent now in use.--.[Floston Whig.
Stand, huzli in the estimation of alt—{Erie Constitution.
It all than it is recommended--(Lima Democrat.
It has no superior—{Ashtahnla Telegraph.
A househohl neees,aty.-{Batavia Herald.
Grover .8 Baker's i , •unrivalled--(Rockport:Advertiser.
Meets the wants of the housevrife—{Auburn Ch.Advo.
A neees.ny In the family—{Southern Inventor.
The elteap.,t and best in tIY O -4Bablwinsville Gazette.
They are the best m Use.-1 . Waterford Sentinel.
Th,. best manufaeturecl—(Pittston Journal.
Worthy of publie patronace--{Jersey Shore Re üb.
(trot .•r 8 Baker have the 'best improvementallunt.
Journal. _ _
frO
Not Itatile to get out of order—[Westehestor,Jeft.
The moot convenient an nee--(Chicago Newt" Letter.
Possesses more advantages than any other—{Nash
Gazette.
All articles are made with it with ease—[Hasard'aGaz.
Lightens the labor of those at home Ploughman.
A child of ten years old may use it—[Farmer and Via
Will do most beautiful sevarm—iAllentown Dem.
Sews silk, linen, or cotton thread--{{Pitta. A,l3ocate.
Is more simple thou ant other—Klevelandlteporter.
Merits a place in every fiumly—[Abingdon Democrat.
Sew, a yard a minute--[Cleveland Leader.
The best in nor for families—Pliblical Recorder.
It makes n tine, strong seam Laporte Union.
NATHAN WHITING, Agent,
del3 No. 107 Markkt stameL
PelliTl.
EYE AND EAR
DISPENSARY.
QR., 95 Mnin strert, (2d door, up s(mrs.) Buffalo, F.
1 - 4 1 S1'ABLISHED BY THE C.ELEBRA
_EA
'I Eld lqt. JOHNSON, late of London, England.
A great discovery in the science of medicines, being
eormill and speedy cure for restoring the sight and
retnering all diseasesj,tailiar to the eye. This is tmi
versally iicknowledged the only safe and stare remedy
now known. It has hOell used with great success by the
111418 t skillful physicians in Europo and America.
Patients in any part of the country can treat them
selves successfully at a moderate expense, thereby
nveidini the danger and expease of filling into the
hands of miskilltin physicians. This m edicine (sitfficient
to cure,) will lie sent by mail or express, with all neces
sary directions, On receipt of Ten Dollard.
Dr. Jok, n s Certain and Infallible Citre for Deafness and
Singing Poises in Ow Ears, Nervous Hofid
and Mind Ompinints,
A thirilin in,tant relief to sufferers who have been trot:t
ided with deafness for ninny years. After using this
nitileily a few lays the patient is suddenly and almost
intravulonsly enabled to hear ordinary toned converna
; in the course of a few weeks the most obstinate
I`l,o of deafness is etteetually cured-
Patients too numerous to Mention have been restored
to ',fleet hearing, and forever rescued from the snares
of the non,rous dangerous unqualified pretenders of
the ',resent tar. o,pital and private testimonials a n d
cerbtitiattis trim the most eminent ph yieelans and our-
Tons in England. in whose presence deaf persons have
t•ttrl , l..llld busily hundreds of private patients cured
,• flll he seen or referred to. A case of thin medicine,
to ethic' a cure.) will be forwarded to any part
of the country for vino,. Dollar, Address
DR. JOHNSON, Drawer dO7.
lerayrdsw Office 95 Main SL, Buffalo, N. V.
To Housekeepers.
QOM ET I 1 NEW.—B. T. BABBITT'S
“EsT MEDICINAL SALERATUS,
Ii 8
i i , ,,r 1 , 1-I .:l l , l , l , l l f , :k ‘ , ;, t l l y re : l iii 7 , o ,r i e n n e t or f r x i .. m rn on oi ll i l e t i. n . 4 . l . 4li .i. sgr , e;
,All the deleterious matter extracted in such a
'manner as to produce Bread, Biscuit, and all
"l',l,inds of Cake. without containing a particle of
ISaleratua when the bread or cake lak ed; there
,hy producing wholesome results Everrparh
thole of Bateratus is turned to eet
Ithroughtheltrertd or biscuit v1; -. 11e halting; con.
ecquently nothing retnnin3 but , common 55.44
'Willer ruid Flour.' You will readily perceive bY
• sithe taste of this Salaratus that it is entirely dif-
l' • fereut from other Saleratus.
1 .
It is packed in one pound papers, each wmp,
Sa n
branded, " B. T. Babbitt's Best Medicinal
"ND Saleratus," also, picture, twisted loaf of bread,'
soli, a glass of etterveseing water on the top.—
„ When you purchase one paper you should pre
i o serve taw wrapper, and be particular to get the
next exactly like the first—brand as above.
Full directions for making Bread withlhis
Saleratns and Sour Milk or Cream Tartar, will
6 ,;,accominuly cacti package; also, directions for
ulmatung all kinds of pastry; also, toe making
'Soda Water and Seidlitz Powders.
ace --."—• .
MAHE YOCE. OWN SOAP,
0 WITH • '
1 13. T. 'BABBITT'S PURE CONCENTRATED
POTASH.
Warranted double the strength of ordinary Po
ash; put up in cans-1 . lb, Ths, 1 lUs.,tObs•
up
"IDy.—with full direction + f itan
' .
rt Soap. Consumers win find this the ei
lest Potash in market-
Mannfactured and for sal y
.
B. ° b B ABBITTt
1 • Nos. GS and 70 Waahington et., N. 'Y
7 u .raaya,w and No. 33 India st., Boat
D. C. KNEELAND
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
SQUARE AND OVAL BONNET BOXES;
Also, makes to order PLAIN AND FANCY PAPER
BONES, suitable for Shoes, Dry Goods, de., at Eastern
prices. Corner Virgin alley sad Wood street, (third
atery--over (ratans Bank,) Pittsburgh, Pa. je94.-
CHEESE. -26 prime Western Resstve
Cheese, just received and for earelvy
W z
I& IL
oed6 • &cold and Fracatreets.
- . ,
flittal.
THE PEILITVIA_N SYRUP,
Protected Solution of Protonnde
of Iron Combined,
HAS SUCCFRVULLY PASSED THE
ordeal to which new discoveries in the Malaria
Mediea nre subjected, and must now, be received as an
established medicine. Its efficacy in curing
DYSPEPSIA,
Affections of the Liver, Dropsia, Neuralgia, Bron
chitis ' and Consumptive. Tendencies, Disor
dered State of the. Blood; Boils, Scurvy,
and the prostrating effects of Lead,
or Mercury, General Debility,
and all diseases which re
quires tonic and altera
tive Medicine is be
yond question.
The proof ofitseffiencyare so numerous,so well anthen
ticated, and of such a peculiar char
acter.
that sufferers cannot reason- • , F , " . .
ably heaffete to receive the proffer
aq
The Pertivian Sirup doeinOtpro
fess to be a cure-all, but its =gels
extensive, because many diseases
apparently. unlike; .are intimately '
related, and proceeding fromr one - .
cause, may be cured by one reme- 1,85,1
dy. The class of diseases for which
the Syrtip provides a cure, is precisely that which has
AO often balled the highest order of medicinal skill.
The facts are tangible, the witnesses accessible, and the
safety and efficacy of the Syrup incontrovertible.
Pamr—Large bottles, $2, or six for $10; small bottles,
$l, or six for $5.
I.lavingconfidence in the efficacy of the "Pxaccria
Slam.," M. 9 a medicinal agent, we 'recommend to our
brethren in the ministry, the careful reading of this
pamphlet.
Rev. John Pierpotff,
" Thos. 'Whittemore,
" James B.lifiles,
" S. ECRidael;
" Jos. H. Clinch,
Sold by
Rec.3rartin ➢loom,
" Thos. Star Ring,
" Charles Briggs,
" Sylvanas Cobh,
" Edward Edmunds
DR. GEO. 11. KEYSER,
au + . lyd w
140 Wood street
MORE TO BE ADMIRED
-THAN 'flIE--
RIMIEST DIADEM.,
Ever Worn by Kings or Emperors
WHAT? A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR!
THE ARTICLE THAT WILL NACU
RALLY restore the color of the hair, the changing
of which to gray, being an indication of n lack ofproper
secretions, to truly a valuable medicine. Prof. Wood's
Rsrs 'fame is the only safe - remedy for baldness, dra
13C9S, premature change of color, and the several eit
deuces of a tacit of secretions at the roots of the hair,
which can tie found. Quack preparations abound, And
"hair tonics" fill every corner grocery in the country.
Avoid all "hair tonics" unless known to be the prepa
ration of some man whose celebrity' has become world- •
wide. Do not let any nostrum vender experiment upon
your hair. Touch Nothing you have not a good reason
to believe is all that it purports to be_ Prof. Woods has
earned by years of severe test of the virtues of_his pre
paration, his present fame. irer 150 certificates are be
fore us of the value of this flair Restorative, from Fur- -
ties who hare tried it. Read the following :
New Tons, April 15, ItiZS.—Da. Woor.—Dcar Sir:—Per
mit me to express to yon the obligations I am under for
the entire restoration of my Hair to its original color.
About the time of my arrival in She the United States is
was rapidly becoming gray, but upon the application of
your Bair 'Restorative it soon recovered its oriffinal hue.
I consider your Restorative as a very wonderfnl inven
tion, quite efficacious as well as agreeable.
_ . _
I am, dear sir. yours trnlY, S. 'YHA LBERG.
Prepared by 0. J. iVoon S Co-,ll.4Market st., St. Louis,
and 31.2 Broadway, N. Y, and sold by all druggists . and
patent medicine dealers:also, by all fancy and toilet deal
ers in the United States and Canada.
Sold by Dr. GEO. H. KEYSER, No. 140 Wood street,
and 13. L. FAHNF.STOCK & CO., No. 60, corner Wood
and Fourth street., and by nll good Druggists gencrall7.
ses,3mdriv
SANFORD'S
LIVER INVIGORATOR,
NEVER DEBILITATES.
IT 14 compounded entirety front Gums, and
A h.e:!.er,,ane wi est.iblisLed, :Met, a ,ttelard 3leelcine, 'Loewe
flea :, ppnwed by all. tine r ,have..eil it, wad Li ZIONY re
,... g-b• 10, with cowl:lenge nil • lull the disease. for which ft
is ri,unmen.leil. " 1 r 4 1
i , i .,„„ c a r e, ,—,,,„,,; 0 i ,itien the lent two fears
Trio. bad givers up all hope, VII repel n e the nomexons
linAillie lied certglmb, lame! r... Ipg,igialleiusibriv,
'I hii (b.,.. • nunt be ad..qooal E v ito the temperament of the
loam,: oat etkim: tt, and 0,1 .4, .1-in ouch qiiantillea as to
:ICI 40:111, , I1 the Ilime.S.
1., ili . ii looter or ori f yy judgment Snide yen in the
me of the LIVER I N-; al IVIGDIIATOR, and it
will cm,. Liver Com AO !plaints, Bilious At -.
larks, Dyspepsia,; 4,1, 'Chronic Diarrhoea.
i
Suinin e r Co ill -1 plaints, Dysente
ry, Dropsy, Sour. IStomnela,lliibitual
c 0 .„11,,,„,,,,, ci,,,i,.. , dc, Cholera, Chole.
ra Mori, ua, Choleral I ittran ttitn. JP/ntil ,
I core, Jon Te dlc e, i Fenirde Weakness- ,
t,t, and may be used tinc•l .... ..Cessfilily as na Ordinn,
ry Family Itlctll-1 R. 'dine. It mill cure SICK
IIEADACIIE, tact Thousands can testify,) In
t twenty minutes, If 'two or three Teo
spoonfuls are tak- ien at commencement of
attack.
Ait who use it are !giving their testllmcmy
Jo ha favor. I
MIX WATER IN THE MOUTH WITH
THE INVIGORATOR, ANA) SWALLOW
BOTH TOGETHER.
Price One Dollar per Bottle
ALSO,
SANIPORD'S
CATHARTIC i PILLS,
IBMESIM
COMPOU
Pure Vegetable E.
GLASS CASES, A
In any climate.
tracts, und . put np In
Tight, and - will keep
The Family. Ca..
tie but retire' Cathartic
used In his practice more
The torertantle Incrensine
barelonensedthePlTA.o;
thartle PILL it. gen-
Uwllich the proprietor lau
than
'u nlan ",'" a te Y"P' who
and the sattsfactlon whinh
nse, has induced me to place
A te . that different Cathartics act'
• botrels.
all mpress in regard to their
them within the reach of nil.
The Pr eto:Wan well home
un diiferent portions of the
The FAMILY
has, with due reference to
been compounded from n
table &Warts, which act
alimentary canal, and are
es where a Cathartic Ls
rangeraenta of the
nes., Pains In' the
Costiveness, Pal n
the whole body,
frequently, If neglected,
ver, 1.0151 i of :Spec"
nation of Cold over
nes% Headache, or
all In flu in to a tory
Children or Arlo Its•
Purifier rf do Blood i
flesh In heir. too numerous '
meet - Dose, I tol,
PRICE
The Liver
Shortie Pills are re:
cold wholesale by the Trad.•
e.; l S. T. IV. SA
'I'nAALTIC PIT I.
this well established I.
0 ' , r a is i r x i „ elLor e tho purest. Veen.
11.11_ good mul t i:et/C=l% r the
Ell ,ceded, such as D e r.:
,_,. inn alc h . , Slerpi
block Etna Loins,
nod Soreness over
C7it sudden add, winch
t•I In n Inn; course of Pe
ite,
a Creeping Sea
. The body, rtestltss-
Ewrightin the bead,
IDlsenses, Worms In
lihromatlsm, a :treat
.. and minty disease, to which
fai ,to mention In thaadvertise
-31) ('} YTS.
• rntor root y' Famil Ca-
Prugrirt., (.enerally, argt
in an the large loWns.
r()Ii. I), 111. D.,
.Ma:nfact , tror and Proprietor,
y, New York.
335 Groatlw
G. G. KEYSER, Agent
and Virgin alley.
No. 140, corner Wood otreet
bllydtw.-
Health and Happiness Secured.
THE CONCENTRA.TED CURE,
THE CONCENTRATED CURE,
A POWERFUL REMEDY,
A POWERFUL REMEDY,
FOR WEAKNESS,
FOR WEAKNESS,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION,
TRY IT! TRY IT !
TRY IT! TRY IT!
YOUNG MEN WHO ARE SUFFERING
from the effects of youthful indiscretion, can he
surely and permanently restored by using the
CONCENTRATED CURE
OR
Q "Cr _a. V 2• rx _A. 1,
A Remedy of Groat and Certain PoWer.
This remedy is put up in small viols, and can be sent
by mail to any address. A trial will satisfy. Use it f or
a week, and you will experience gmat benefit. A cir
cular containing full particulars, sent (free) on applica
tion. Price per bottle $l4Ol
One bottle will last a month.
N. B.—This remedy is suitable for either sea. Ad
dress K. CRUGEII, Medical Agent,
_Jr` 742. Broadway. New York.
I.I . FFER .NOT.—DR.S. GOLDSALITIL &
j CO., No. 42 Sixth strnet, Pittsburgh, Penn's, still
continues to be consulted °nail diseases of a PRIVATE,
or DELICATE NATURE. From n long course of :dude
sad practical experience of unlimited extent, Drs. C. ',it
Co. have the gratification of presenting the unfortunate
with remedies that. have never failed to cure the most
alarming case of Gonorrhea and Syphilis. Beneath his
treatment, allthe horrors of Venereal and Impure Blood,
Scrofula, Ulcers, Pain and Distress, or Inflammation of
the Bladder and Blidneys,Abseesses,Burnor:4,Frightfut
Swellings., and the long train of horrible symptoms at 4
tending this class of diseases, are mule to become as
harmless as the simplest ailings ors child.
SEMLNAL WEARNEZS—Drs. G. & Co. devotes much
of their attention to the treatment-of those cases catuted
by . a secret and solitary habit. which ruins the body and
mind,unfittingthe unfortunate individual for either busi
ness or society. Some offhe sad and melancholy effects
produced by these early habits of youth are, Weakness
of the back and limbs, Palpitation of the Ileart,Dyspep.
sia, Nervousness, derangement of the Digestive (unfi
t:Lens, symptoms of Consumption, etc., etc. The fearful
effects on ir,e mind are-much to be dreaded, viz: Loss
of memory, confusion of ideas, depression of spirits,
evil forobodingwersion to society, self-distrust, timidi
ty, etc., are among the evils produced. Such persons,
before contemplating marriage, should consult a plivids
chin of skill and experience, and lx, at once restored to
health and happiness. Ague and Fever cured, anal war
ranted. All letters containing a foe, addressed to Drs.
GOLDSMITH & CO., Pittsburgh. Penn's, will meet with
prompt attention, and medicines forwarded, secure from
observation, and a sure guaranteed. The strictest se
-emu obseried in all cases.
Don't forget the plsce , io. V. Sixth , ttreet, Pitts.
lxuitt„ Pa. efDtliciavr